UAE supports China’s Major Draw in Trade Development

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Last December 5, the show China Homelife was held at the Dubai International UAE supports China's Major Draw in Trade DevelopmentConvention and Exhibition Center as the biggest showcase for home merchandise hundreds of Chinese companies jostle for business in Middle East country.
The show has seen 300 percent boosts in exhibition space with attendees reaching a goal of almost 6,000 last year as it launch in 2010.
The main objective of it is to promote exports of Chinese manufacturers to emerging market, as explained by the operating officer of the Meorient International Exhibition.
The most selling home products such as home textiles, portable electronics, furniture and arts and crafts, with the main exhibitors being medium-to-large manufacturers of textiles and garments, furniture, lighting, kitchen and bathroom products as well as home decoration.
The three-day fair covered a vast range of products, ranging from interior decor, kitchens and baths to home appliances, furniture, products for mothers and babies apparel, gardening appliances and fabrics textiles, even fitness equipment.
Some factory manager’s say each year they have to raise salaries by 10 to 15 percent to employ workers, even as multinational firms. The assets and construction boom in this country especially has fuelled unprecedented demand for home products to furnish the new apartments and office buildings that have sprung up and this translated into strong demand to exhibit at the China Homelife Show.
During the first three quarter of this year the Chinese home appliances refuse and there is still no perceptible sign of an recovery, according to the the head of the Middle East and Africa overseas business division of Haier Group, China’s largest home appliance manufacturer.
A large majority of today’s customers make their purchasing decisions based on return on investment (ROI).
Part of the reason for that is because China’s focus these days is less on exports and more on building the domestic consumption market.
One example of this is the falling volumes at the biannual China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, China’s largest trade fair and a barometer of foreign trade since it began in 1957.
“The decrease from both the spring and last autumn sessions indicated that the world economic recovery remains on an uncertain and unstable course, which continues to challenge the stability and development of China’s foreign trade as,” he ended.